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Persian rug cleaning experts

PERSIAN RUG CLEANING EXPERTS

  • Cleaning Persian rugs for over 25 years
  • Perfectly safe for all Persian rugs
  • Limited-time 30-50% off Persian rug cleaning
  • Fresh water hand washing combined with Cutting-edge rug cleaning equipment
  • Regular pickup & delivery in Southern Ontario

Persian Rug Cleaning Toronto & Southern Ontario

persian rug cleaningAt Love Your Rug we understand the monetary and sentimental value that Persian rugs hold. As a result, we have developed precise cleaning systems and procedures as well as acquired state-of-the-art cleaning technology, all of which allow us to confidently clean priceless Persian rugs without causing any discolouration or damage to them. Love Your Rug is the largest Persian Rug Cleaners in Toronto, Mississauga, Brampton, Oakville, and Southern Ontario. When you choose us, you choose superior rug care, treatment and customer service.

Persian Rug Money-back Guarantee

Persian rug cleaning guaranteeOver the last 25 years of cleaning authentic, handmade Persian rugs, we have gained so much confidence and trust in our Persian rug cleaning methods, staff and equipment that we provide all customers with a 100% Money-Back Guarantee on all our Persian rug cleaning services. This means that if you are not happy with the way we cleaned your Persian area rug, we will refund your money.


100% SAFE Persian Rug Cleaning Procedure

safe rug cleaningAt Love Your Rug, we do not only use conventional steam cleaning methods like many other Persian rug cleaners. Conventional rug cleaning only cleans the surface of the rug and brightens it for aesthetic purposes, and does not eliminate the fine graduals of sand and salt that will eventually destroy your Persian rug. We use large quantities of fresh, never recycled water to properly clean your rugs. Both sides of the rug are thoroughly washed to remove all built-in dirt. The most important part of properly cleaning a Persian rug is to completely remove and extract soil, sand, and salt from it. When sand and salt are left in a rug, they cause the rug to wear out in a short period of time. It's like sand paper continually rubbing the fibres of your rug. We then use pressure washing and other proven methods to further clean your Persian rug. We have so much confidence and trust in our cleaning procedures and technologies that we provide all customers with a 100% Money Back Guarantee. To see our extensive Persian rug cleaning in action check our our rug cleaning video below.

Our Persian Rug Cleaning Video

Watch our short animated rug cleaning video to get a better idea of our extensive Persian rug cleaning procedure.


INSTANT Online Persian Rug Cleaning Price

free rug cleaning estimateFill out our instant online Persian rug cleaning quote form and you will receive our lowest price in your inbox instantly.
Alternatively, you can call us anytime during our regular business hours at 416-538-1772, and we will gladly assist you with any Persian area rug cleaning questions you may have.

Persian Rug Pickup and Delivery Locations

Persian rug pickup locationsWe offer professional Persian rug cleaning services to the following areas in Ontario, Canada: rug cleaning Toronto, rug cleaning Mississauga, rug cleaning Etobicoke, rug cleaners Hamilton, rug cleaning Brampton, rug cleaning Oakville, Burlington, Etobicoke, Milton, Stoney Creek, Waterloo, rug cleaning Newmarket, Vaughan, Richmond Hill, Georgetown, Scarborough, Oshawa, Pickering, Orangeville, rug cleaners Cambridge, Lindsay, Courtice, Peterborough, rug cleaning Kitchener, Guelph, Ajax, Whitby rug cleaning London.

Use our interactive map below to find our pick-up and delivery times in your city and to get our industry low Persian rug cleaning price instantly online or by telephone.


Interesting Facts About Persian Rugs

Persian rug making started more than 2500 years ago in Iran. This evidence was derived from the oldest recorded rug in human history, which was a 2500-year-old-rug named the 'Pazyryk carpet'. Due to the deteriorating nature of the materials used in creating Persian rugs, including wool, cotton, and silk, archaeologists have a very difficult time in discovering ancient Persian rugs.
Persian rugs' original purpose was to cover the door gaps which allowed cold air to enter the premise. As time passed, Iranians turned these simple insulation ornaments into beautiful pieces of art to decorate their homes. Eventually, these Persian rugs became signs of wealth and status in Iranian culture, and were found in the castles of kings and queens.
Today, Persian rugs are available in almost every country of the world, with Iran being responsible for roughly 30% of the world's Persian rug production. There is an estimated 1.2 million Persian rug weaver's in Iran today. A hand made traditional Persian rug can take up to several years to complete.

Below are the two oldest Persian rugs in recorded history.

Oldest Persian RugsOldest Persian Rugs

 

Customer Reviews

"I just wanted to say thank you for the excellent service provided by your company. Please pass this message on for me and let everyone know that we were so very pleased with the customer service provided. My mother is thrilled to have a fresh looking (and smelling!) rug in her new home. "

-Lesley R, Toronto , 17 June 2019

"Just wanted to take a minute to say thank you and your company did a great job on rug."

-Zelia, Toronto , 11 June 2019

" I just had two rugs cleaned along with repairs to one of the rugs. The repaired rug looks like a brand new rug. Pickup and delivery worked so well. And thank you for replying to any of my emails so promptly. Refreshing to deal with a company that has great customer service. "

-Patti, Kitchener , 30 May 2019

"Thank you so much, it smells great and my son is now napping on it. Thanks again!"

-Kristle V, Toronto, 11 May 2019

"Hi Kathy - I just want to tell you that our rugs look GREAT! They’ve never been so clean, so thank you and your team. "

-Shelagh, Toronto, 27 March 2019

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